Poll: Center Party Would Win Tallinn Election
The top question reads "Which party would you vote for if the local government elections were held tomorrow?"
( Photo: Courtesy of City of Tallinn )
A survey commissioned by the City of Tallinn found that 26 percent of respondents would give their vote to the ruling Center Party in a local government election.
The Reform Party was the second-most popular with 12 percent, followed by the Social Democratic Party with 8 percent and IRL with 3 percent, reported uudised.err.ee.
Another 34 percent of respondents said they had no preference and 14 percent said they would not vote. The remaining 3 percent was divided up between the Green Party, independents and "other."
Faktum & Ariko, which conducted the poll, said list of parties were not read outloud to the respondents and that 800 eligible voters took part.